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Trending stories: Stephen Curry defends Draymond Green, Yi Jianlian release, Jared Sullinger and more

These are the articles the top NBA reporters have been sharing on Twitter the last 24 hours. Enjoy!

October 23 04:10 PM
Sullinger will undergo left foot surgery Monday and is expected to miss several weeks.

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October 23 05:38 PM
Curry says that Green’s teammates know what he brings to the team

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October 20 06:24 PM
NBA players are well compensated, to be sure. Still, so long as you understand the concepts of…

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October 23 09:15 PM
The Warriors’ Draymond Green says it doesn’t matter if people hate them or love them as long as Golden State comes out on top in the end.

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October 24 02:11 AM
In a surprising twist ahead of the final cutdown for the Los Angeles Lakers’ roster, Yi Jianlian has asked the team for his release.

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October 23 09:20 PM
So, as those of us more prone to skepticism suspected, Jared Sullinger’s prolonged absence during…

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October 23 09:51 PM
Practice commenced on Friday morning as Doc Rivers conducted his daily huddle with local media. His veteran team requires little oversight for humdrum drills.In his fourth year at the helm of the Clippers, Rivers was jovial and relaxed. The sea

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October 23 04:32 PM
After being cut in training camp by the Thunder and Rockets, spending a year in Hungary and then the last two seasons in the D-League, Rodney McGruder is happy and ready to play in the NBA for the Heat

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October 23 05:12 PM
OKLAHOMA CITY — Russell Westbrook showed up at Friday night’s Oklahoma City Thunder Halloween party mimicking one of America’s greatest actors: David Spade.

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October 23 10:28 AM
Rockets guard Pat Beverley opted to undergo arthroscopic knee surgery on Tuesday and is expected to be out for four to six weeks, a person with knowledge of the decision said Saturday. […] on Saturday, the Rockets signed former Oklahoma State forward Le’Bryan Nash, intending to add him to the roster of the Rio Grande Valley Vipers, their NBA Development League affiliate, a person with knowledge of the deal said.

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October 23 09:16 AM
Will James “Points Guard” Harden be the best offensive player in the NBA – step aside, Steph Curry and Kevin Durant – now that Superman has flown away? […] some of the most critical answers in 2016-17 will arrive almost as quickly as a D’Antoni fast break. […] if the Dwight-less dance is off beat from the start, Harden’s new-look Rockets could be out of step all season. Keep the bus warm, Clutch …

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October 21 02:08 PM
The NBA has reason to fear the Beard, but new coach needs a few more players who can reliably fill the basket Coach Mike D’Antoni says he is never going to sit back, watch the Rockets and think, “Man, I wish we could score more.” With the up-tempo, high-powered offense the Rockets will bring to the court this season, that’s probably true. Guard James Harden is an offensive machine …

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October 21 01:10 PM
James Harden and Mike D’Antoni talk often, more than Harden said he has ever spoken with an NBA coach. There is much to discuss, given the way their partnership was forged. The season is an opportunity for redemption, at least of their reputations damaged by their most recent seasons in the spotlight. [.. …

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